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We see land disappearing eroded by the Ocean everywhere and this is the place where you can just find the opposite. The drive thru the Chain of Craters to the Sea Arch of Holei will expose one to see how vast it is and how...More
Visiting Volcano National Park is a must do on the big island. The Visitor"s Center provides background information and guidance about what to see. We could only walk around part of the Kilauea Volcano rim due to eruptions the previous year but I would not...More
Having read about Kilauea and with TV spots featuring the sea entries fresh in mind we decided to make a journey all the way to Hawaii to see for ourselves some of those spectacular events. Seaching the web for the undertaking of such ventures we...More
So worth the drive to the Volcano national park! Volcano house overlooks the caldera !!! It’s an amazing view . Enjoy your dinner while overlooking the volcano, stay at the lodge, drive or walk the trail to the steam vents and overlook point ! Amazing...More
This volcano is still active. It had multiple steam vents coming out of the site as well as the whole crater. Lava tubes were closed because of the eruption in 2018, but will reopen soon. Make sure you visit the information center to understand the...More
We could not see much on a very rainy day, but the weather cleared up on the chain of craters road. Ponchos are available for purchase at the visitor center. The road around the crater has be cut off and you can only drive a...More
We were curious and oblivious to what we may see of the Kilauea volcano after the huge eruption of May-July, 2018; but we never expected to see a caldera THAT HUGE! The USGS has officially stated the Kilauea is no longer erupting (3 months of...More
We visited Volcanoes National Park on 25th October as part of a tour group with Kailani Tours. Our guide Amanda was great and took us first to a steam vent were we got a free steam facial! We then went to the Kilaueu Caldera to...More
You do not need to be part of tour granted you have your own transportation. We just grabbed a map from the Park Visitor Center. Enjoy but make sure you have a good windbreaker. The wind, even when warm, can really kick... More
You do not need to be part of tour granted you have your own transportation. We just grabbed a map from the Park Visitor Center. Enjoy but make sure you have a good windbreaker. The wind, even when warm, can really kick up and chill you to the bones. We have seen many people unprepared for that. Once you get away from the main areas, traffic lightens up and there are many trails worth exploring. Start your day early.